Sometimes you will need to test more than one thing at a time. The logical and operator (`&&`

) returns `true`

if and only if the operands to the left and right of it are true.

The same effect could be achieved by nesting an if statement inside another if:

if (num > 5) {

if (num < 10) {

return "Yes";

}

}

return "No";

will only return "Yes" if `num`

is between `6`

and `9`

(6 and 9 included). The same logic can be written as:

if (num > 5 && num < 10) {

return "Yes";

}

return "No";

Combine the two if statements into one statement which will return `"Yes"`

if `val`

is less than or equal to `50`

and greater than or equal to `25`

. Otherwise, will return `"No"`

.